All sites in the Signal Mountain and Lizard Creek Campgrounds are available by reservations only through the www.recreation.gov website. Campers wishing to reserve a campsite at the Signal Mountain or Lizard Creek Campgrounds can do so by visiting www.recreation.gov. Reservations are available on a rolling six-month basis (6 months in advance of your arrival date).
First-come, first-served campsites are not available in Grand Teton National park and all campsites will be occupied by reservation only. Reservations are available through Recreation.gov and are NOT available through Signal Mountain Lodge via, phone, email, in-person or at the campgrounds.
Campsite reservations typically fill quickly, and visitors are strongly encouraged to plan ahead. Campers must create an account on the Recreation.gov website prior to be able to make campground reservations. Those who already have an account are encouraged to confirm their login and password information in advance. For more information on how to make a site reservation on Recreation.gov please click here:
This new reservation system is in direct response to years of public requests for a reservation system in the park’s campgrounds. This system is being implemented as a collaborative effort between the National Park Service and park concessioners. As we move to this new system in our campgrounds we are confident it will improve visitor services.
Signal Mountain Campground
Opening date: May 12th, 2023 Closing date: October 15th, 2023
- Standard Site: $59.94/night** (taxes included) - Electric Site: $85.47/night** (taxes included) - Dump station available
**Senior and Access Pass Holders receive a discount.
Overview The Signal Mountain Campground is centrally located inside Grand Teton National Park (GTNP) and provides a convenient basecamp for accessing all the park has to offer. This 80-site campground is located adjacent to Signal Mountain Lodge which provides many amenities you might need for your National Park adventures. The campground sits on the southeast shore of Jackson Lake and offers easy access to the lake waters and short walks to unparalleled views of the Teton Range. The area is frequented by various park wildlife, large and small as well as a variety of bird species. The Signal Mountain Campground is normally one of the first campgrounds to open and last to close in the park and can often have lingering snowpack during the opening weeks after heavy winters and possible early wintery weather at the end of the season. Due to the variability of weather in the Tetons, visitors should come prepared, especially during the months of May and October.
Facilities The campground offers tent camping and pull-in/back-in sites for RVs or trailers up to 30 feet. This campground offers 24 sites with 30 and 50-amp hookups which are popular during the early and late season. The campground is organized in three loops with the first loop mainly offering electrical hookup sites, and the last loop being “generator free”. Tent pads are available at select sites and all sites have picnic tables, fire rings and bear-proof food storage boxes (48" long x 36"deep x 33" high). Parking pads and areas for tents can vary greatly in size and care should be given when selecting a site. The campground provides a dump station, trash collection and recycling receptacles. Four conveniently located comfort stations provide campers with potable water, flush toilets, camper sinks and hot water. The campground is part of the Signal Mountain Lodge facility which provides a number of additional amenities including token operated showers and laundromat, as well as internet access and on-site cell tower service. Other amenities include a general store (groceries, gas, camping supplies, coffee bar and grab and go food options), restaurants, bar, gift shops, guided float trips, guided fishing trips, boat rentals, cabin rentals and more.
The maximum stay permitted at Signal Mountain Campground is 14 nights, and the maximum cumulative stay between all park campgrounds is 30 nights.
A maximum sliding window of up to 7 days can be reserved beyond the 6 month rolling window.
A maximum of 2 campsites can be reserved per customer per night.
Day-of reservations are allowed at this campsite through recreation.gov, but not on a first-come, first-served basis at the campground itself.
This is bear country! Food and bear attractants must not be left unattended at any time (ie, coolers, trash, beverage containers, cooking utensils, health and beauty aids, etc.). All food or attractants must be stored in a hard-sided vehicle or in your campsite’s provided bear-proof storage box when not being consumed or prepared.
Pets cannot be left unattended and are always required to be under control, and on a six-foot leash. Dog runners and pens are not allowed. All pet food and bowls must be treated as a bear attractant and must be properly stored and cannot be left unattended. Please visit the National Park Service website for additional information: https://www.nps.gov/grte/planyourvisit/pets.htm
Quiet hours are strictly enforced from 10:00pm to 6:00am.
The maximum length for a trailer or RV is 30 feet. Parking pad dimensions vary greatly at our campgrounds. Please use care when making a reservation to ensure that the site you are reserving will accommodate your equipment.
Generators are permitted between the hours of 8:00am and 8:00pm and cannot be left unattended. Please note, generators are not permitted at any time in the 3rd Loop (sites 65-86).
Maximum of one vehicle per site allowed.
Maximum of two tents per site allowed. Tents must be on tent pads where provided.
Maximum of six occupants per site. This rule is strictly enforced as we are a smaller campground. If you desire to reserve a campsite that will accommodate larger groups or gatherings of more than 6 people, please explore options at other campgrounds in the area.
Checkout time is by 11:00am. Check-in time begins at 12:00 noon.
Fires may not be left unattended and must be contained within the provided fire ring. Any current fire restrictions must be followed.
Only dead and downed wood may be collected. Chainsaws are prohibited.
Parking dimensions vary widely at this campground. Please take care when making reservations to ensure that the site you are reserving will accommodate your equipment. Parking is allowed only in designated parking areas or site pads. Moving barrier logs is prohibited. All vehicles must fit completely on parking pads. Vehicles protruding into roadway will not be accepted.
If travelling with a trailer or 5th wheel and the combined length of the towing vehicle and trailer/5th wheel is greater than the length of the driveway, the trailer/5th wheel will have to be disconnected in order to fit in the campsite. In these instances, campers must reserve a "Double Driveway" parking spot or a driveway wide enough to accommodate both the trailer and the vehicle.
All boat trailers must be parked at the boat ramps “three-day parking lot”.
All sites must be left in a clean and welcoming state for the incoming campers with all fires put “dead-out” and fire rings free of bear attractants.
GPS Coordinates Latitude 43° 50' 26.7662" N Longitude 110° 36' 54.7362" W
Driving Directions Heading north from Jackson on US 26/89/191, turn left (west) at Moose Junction. Travel north on the Teton Park Road 17 miles to the Signal Mountain Lodge junction. Turn left (west) and follow the signs. Heading south from Yellowstone on US 89/191/287, turn right (west) at Jackson Lake Junction. Travel south on the Teton Park Road 3 miles to the Signal Mountain Lodge junction. Turn right (west) and follow the signs.
Aramark is an authorized concessioner of the National Park Service and state and public agencies, and operates under special use permits with the USDA Forest Service. Aramark is a Committed Equal Opportunity Service Provider.